Exit Profit Generator – FREE

Exit Profit Generator

Exit Profit Generator

I have an amazing deal for you, to get the Exit Profit Generator for free.

If you go to the main site,  you’ll see it’s still for sale at $27.

However – by following my special link kindly provided by Frank Salinas, you can download this impressive software right now and not pay a cent.

What is “Exit Profit Generator”?

It’s a very cool script that grabs your visitors when they are about to leave your site. It gives you another opportunity to ask them to sign up, subscribe to your feed, take a special offer, or – in fact – whatever you want.

The way it works is simplicity itself. How does a webpage “know” when you’re about to leave? Well – I won’t spoil the surprise. You can see it in action at exitprofitgenerator.com – BUT DON’T BUY FROM THERE :-)

Instead, just pop over to this special free link and grab your gift. And this time people, pay attention to the OTO. I nearly clicked right past it, as I sometimes do, but it’s a massive deal well worth taking a minute to look through.

One important point:  I won’t use it at this site (though I might at another). I don’t think it’s appropriate for a content site like a blog. But, that said, on a sales type site or a download site I can certainly see the advantage.

I know a lot of you folk will love this tool, so here it is.

Free link to Exit Profit Generator

Just remember – I wouldn’t use this here, but there’s no doubt it’s very powerful. And anything that gives you another chance to grab a sale or a signup certainly has to be looked at. Especially at this non-price…

Marketing Quickies Volume 3

This is the latest Marketing Quickies video membership site from Mike Mazella and Greg Lloyd. This is full of marketing related videos that each contain an exciting idea or two, designed to both educate and excite you.

One problem I had with this site is that from the homepage you get the idea that this has a lot of free content, but in actuality you only get one free video – an interview with Andrew Fox and Michael Cheny. I’m not saying that this isn’t worth watching but I did think that only providing one free video is a little miserly. So, to get the most out of this site, you need to upgrade to become a paid member.

Now, videos are not for everyone. Personally, I find I can read a lot faster than I can view a video, and I tend to absorb the information better by reading too, making notes as I go. However – we are not all alike. Watching someone explain something in a video, watching a “screengrab” video, or even seeing an interview as opposed to just reading it does benefit a lot of people.

You can join Marketing Quickies via the banner below but please remember, to make the most of this site you need to take the paid option. It’s very reasonably priced, you can purchase a months access for less than $10. But, whatever you do, it’s worth watching the interview with Andrew and Michael and you can decide to upgrade later.


There is an affiliate program attached if you’d like to promote this website. Apart from the lack of free content – just that one video – this is a useful site that will benefit a lot of folk.

10 Ways To Earn Back-End Profits

As I’m sure a lot of people realise by now, almost every industry has ways to elicit extra money from customers. It be as simple as “Do You Want Fries With That?” or “Would You Like To Supersize That?” or be far, far more complicated.

The lifetime value of a customer goes beyond the initial contact.

It’s become so commonplace that people know what is happening, but the deals are so good they’ll go along with it – anyway. The initial sale may even be at a loss, or more dramatically for free, if the potential for back end sales is high enough.

How does it translate to Internet Marketing, in general?

1. Upsells

These are simple extra offers that are proffered directly after the main sell. Usually they are complimentary products to the main main offer, provided at a discount.

Sometimes these are promoted as being “one time” only, with the emphasis that you’ll never get that extra bonus again unless you purchase the main product again.

Sometimes you’ll even get a cycle of upsell offers, but this can quickly prove distracting and give a negative impression to your customer.

2. Upgrades

This is similar to an upsell in that it’s an extra sale on top of the main, but it’s usually tied to the main product. It may be as simple as extra additions to your main package, perhaps bonus templates, books, audios, videos, DVDs, or whatever. It could also be extra rights, such as Master Resale Rights or Private Label Rights to the first product.

If it’s a membership it could be an upgrade to a higher level (e.g. Gold), or if it’s a service it could be an upgrade to 2 years support instead of 1. If it’s a virtual product, the upgrade could be to a physical copy. There are a lot of opportunities with this kind of upsell.

3. Recurring Income

Back End profits don’t just mean extra sales after the main, it could be a recurring income provided month by month.

This works well for subscription based sales, perhaps for a premium newsletter or content site, or more commonly a membership site.

It’s common practice to to combine the subscription model with a loss-leader front-end. For example, the first month for free or for $1. Just be up front about the recurring part, so you don’t break any laws and you are not inundated with angry customers.

4. E-mail List

One way to ensure you can make your money per customer beyond your initial sale is to capture their e-mail address. This gives you a way to keep in contact.

The easiest way to do this is to ensure the customer has to register the main product, either at the first entry onto the site, or by registering the product after it is purchased.

With an e-mail list of customers you can provide further offers in the months or years ahead. The customer has already proven to be a buyer, so this kind of list is very valuable. Just don’t overdo it!

5. Preferential Discounts

While it’s bad form to charge existing customers for minor upgrades to your main offer, it’s acceptable to do so for major revisions, such as new versions.

And if they’re already a purchaser, a discount is way to entice them to buy – it’s fairer, and it’s easy money for you.

6. Support

One way to increase after-sale profits is to provide a premium support service. While you shouldn’t charge for basic support, extra services such as installation, personal help, coaching, or one-on-one consultations can certainly carry a premium.

7. “Subtle” Promotion

Another idea to promote your brand, site and/or products to your existing customers is to subtly include them with the main product. If you create your own products, you already do this with links, (C)’s and ads included within the product. You can also do it if your product comes in PLR form, allowing you to edit it, or if it is re-brandable. You can even include a a text or html file in the package – let’s call it “readme.txt” or “bonuses.html” – to entice your customer back.

This can also be considered viral marketing, since if your customer resells or gives away the main product themselves – providing you’ve allowed the neccessary rights – all this information will travel with it.

8. Make a Sticky Site

Another way to get your customer back, and therefore allow for further sales, is to include sticky aspects to your site. This can be as simple as a forum, or a members area, or a blog. By stating further bonuses, articles, or help will be forthcoming or is already available your customer has a reason to return. This works well along with a mailing list.

If you have confidence in your products you could also allow product reviews, ratings, and advice to be posted, and even credit your customers with points per purchase / post / vote to be redeemed.

9. Appeal to Greed

If you know you can make a substantial amount from your customers even after the initial sale, you can afford to pay them, or others, to promote your products for you. This is essentially affiliate marketing, but with the twist that you could even afford to pay affiliates more than the actual initial sale would make – such as for a free product. You have to crunch the numbers to do this, and know your conversion rates in advance.

10. Try another Medium

Finally, one way to catch your existing customers attention is to move to another medium. If you are selling virtual products, perhaps information products downloaded from your site, consider contacting existing customers periodically via mail or even telephone. If you sell physical products, keep in contact with e-mail or a special website / blog.

Keep your customers happy, give them what they want, and ensure you offer value in some way (special pricing, extra support, bonuses) and you’ll soon discover that marketing goes beyond that initial sale.

Parasite Piggyback Traffic

I’ve just come across a useful traffic strategy called “Parasite Hosting”. It’s actually something I’ve been doing for a while, but that term describes it well. The idea is you can piggyback the traffic from major sites and direct it to your own.

There are many, many sites you can be a parasite on. In fact, any site that will host your pages. Here’s some popular ones:

WordPress
Blogger
Squidoo
Hubpages
Geocities
Typepad
GooglePages

…and hundreds more!

You may already have noticed how it works. Each of those sites have been ranked highly by Google, Alexa etc and can help you in a number of ways:

1. Linking to your own site from them to increase your pagerank. These backlinks are from authority sites.

2. Direct traffic from the users and fans of the services themselves.

3. The ability to create strong keyword-based pages on them, to help with organic SEO.

So if you create a hubpage, squidoo lense, Blogger blog, and WordPress blog on your choosen subject, you can put content there and also link back to your own site.

For example, if your site has movie reviews, you can create sattelite sites on as many parasite hosts as you can find. Each of these will be a movie-related theme, and each of them will link to each other, and to your own site.

If done correctly Google won’t mind. Just as long as you provide real content for the end user.

I’ve just bought the rights to a couple of products than can help you find and utilise these sites for driving traffic to your own. The first is “Taking Advantage Of Parasite Hosting” which is a full guide to this strategy, along with 13 Videos illustrating and explaining the concept. This also contains details of the best hosts to use, what content to put on them, and how to utilise the traffic-building potential to it’s utmost.

The second is “Profiting After The Sale” – a great guide to increasing the income you can generate from each main sale you make.

I’ve also thrown in a free copy of the 5-Minute Traffic Tip, since it really is a pretty cool technique in it’s own right :)

All three for only $7 — and that’s with full Master Resale Rights!

You don’t need this guide. This post outlines the tactic, so you can you try it yourself. But having everything in front of you in a PDF and Video form will certainly help you understand how powerful this underrated technique is.

Traffic Tools Pack

Brett Ingram has just released his new Web Traffic package.

This is a collection of tools that can help you increase the traffic to your web pages, in many unique and interesting ways. And, since traffic = profits , this is a very useful collection.

There are 15 products included in total, such as:

Give-A-Tron – How to get happy subscribers.
Intelligent 404 – Put your error pages to work
Exit Feedback Trapper – Interesting take on exit-traffic
PR Ninja – Boost your PageRank
SEO Spider – Essential competitor research
Content Clamp – Squeeze content!
Squeeze Buzz – Squeeze page maestro

Plus: a selection of top guides on List Building, Advertising and S.E.O. , the Multi Media Autoresponder software, and much more.

To see the full contents and to grab your copy, please click below:

Web Traffic Tools

(And… Shhh! …. Brett is offering 100% Commissions!)

The Math Of Internet Marketing (The Numbers Game)

They say marketing is a numbers game, or perhaps a percentages game. And to a certain extent, that’s true.

It’s all about making a profit. That is, getting more money out than you put in.

There are two figures that are important: Conversion Rate and Return On Investment.

Google’s Adwords is an ideal practice ground for trying out these ideas. And after that it’s endless tweaking to try and improve the figures, until you reach that magical realization that you’re basically paying, say, .50c for every $1 you make.

And if I said I’d give you two dollars for every dollar you gave me, wouldn’t you give me every dollar you could possibly could? :-)

Here’s how a simplified process works, and the steps involved:

1. You have a website, that sells a product.
2. You have traffic coming to that website from ads you buy on Google.

Now you need those magical figures I mentioned earlier.

Conversion Rate

By tracking the visitors to your site, you discover that for every 100 people who visit you make 4 sales. That means you have a 4% conversion rate.

You know this from your sites stats. You see 100 hits to your site, and you see 4 hits to the order page. Or, perhaps you see 4 clicks to the order button – whatever works for you.

Because you are selling an eBook for $10, you know essentially your profit is $40 for every 100 visitors. So if you can get 100 visitors for less than $40, you’re in profit.

If you’re running an affiliate program the same principles apply. Instead of sending them to your own site, you can send them to the affiliate site, via your link. And because they pay a percentage per sale, you know you will make 50% of each $20 sale = $10. In effect, the same figures for our demonstration..

So now you need those visitors. Enter Google Adwords.

At Adwords, you discover various keywords for your product. To keep things simple, if unrealistic, we’re going to use one keyword. This keyword costs you $1 per click.

That means you can buy 40 clicks for your $40. Since you need 100 clicks to make $40, that’s obviously not good enough.

So we try another keyword. This one costs us 20c per click. That means you can get 200 clicks for $40. Good! By our calculations, that’s $80 worth of sales for 200 clicks. We have a four percent conversion rate, so 200 clicks = 8 sales = $80.

However, there’s another point we have to take account. Impressions vs Clicks. That’s the conversion rate for your ads themselves. Luckily Adwords only charge per click, NOT by impression. If you were using another method, for example paid advertising on Blogs where you pay per impression, you’d need to know those figures too.

As an example, an ad company charges $40 for 1000 impressions. If you were sending an e-mail ad, it may be to 1000 subscribers. You discover that for every 1000 times your ad is shown, you get 50 clicks to your site (or affiliate site). That’s a 5% conversion rate. Because our site converts at 4% (remember?) that means we get 2 sales: 1000 impressions = 50 clicks = 2 sales. So in the end it’s costing you $40 to make $20 – not good enough.

Time to tweak! If you can increase your ad coversion, by using better ads, you can get more clicks. If you can increase your sites conversion, by a better sales page, you can get more sales. If you can increase your product price or your affiliate percentage, you get more profit. That’s the numbers game.

And that, my friends, is marketing in a nutshell. Not as difficult as some make out!

Return On Investment

This is a catch all term that describes how much you make or lose for how much you put in.

For example, in our simple one man, one site demonstration we make a 100% ROI. We make $80 for every $40 we invest.

This term is also used for more general investments, for example, say you pay a copywriter to overhaul your sales copy, and it costs you $200.

This work means your site is now converting at 6% instead of 4%, so you are now making 12 sales per 200 clicks instead of 8. It means you make $120 per $40 you put in, instead of $80. Over a specific period of time, say a year, that’s many more sales. A high ROI for the $200 you paid that copywriter!

For more information on the subject of conversion rates please read Claud Hopkins seminal “Scientific Advertising” – available freely in our Instant Marketing Library and in our Members Site.

Free eBook and Software Giveaways

A brace of new giveaways have launched recently, including the PLR Giveaway, Newbie Giveaway, Labour Day Giveaway, and more.

Each of these are free download sites where you can download products in exchange for your e-mail.

I’ve listed them all over at the Freebies/Giveaway Blog

For useful tips about using Giveaway Events to grow your list, managing your e-mails so you’re not deluged, and much more you may find this guide useful.

Conduit Method Part 2 and Templates

Did you grab your copy of the Conduit Method?

Here’s some more detailed information:

1. The actual method involves creating quick product review sites. Specifically, creating websites around a particular niche with seperate pages “reviewing” each product.

2. By using the correct keywords and page titles you can help the search engines bring you traffic. More information on this in the guide.

3. By creating multiple reviews, you can cross promote among the whole site. People may come to your site for one thing but decide upon another.

Here’s an example: Build a site around the Credict Card niche. Write reviews of various credit card and loan companies, one per page, following the instructions in the Conduit report.  Ensure you link to affiliate programs for each product. Cross promote each page with one another.

Chris, the author of the Conduit Method, also released this “VIP Essentials” package recently:

Lazy Marketers VIP Essentials

There are various products included – but what is exciting is the Product Review Templates, specifically designed for Conduit Method sites!

MembersSite.net Has Re-Opened

I’m pleased to announce the Members Site is back!

You’ll find tons of eBooks, Tools and Articles within, all at absolutely no cost.

This free site is for subscribers to Netpreneur Now. If you don’t have the current password and username it is being sent out today. If you’re not a subscriber, you can join here (we just need your name and email) and the password/username is sent in your welcome message.

To celebrate, I’ve just uploaded some new products you can grab right away.

Affiliate ID Manager
Super Affiliate Tips: Rosalind Gardener
Super Affiliate Tips: Allan Gardyne
Easy Clickbank Cash
Ewriter Pro eBook Creator
Yahoo 360 Mass Generator
Six Steps To Six Figures, List Marketing
The YouTube Revolution

and Marketing Tips Volumes 1-3

Just click to http://www.memberssite.net , log in, and download.

9 Proven List Building Techniques

Mailing Lists are simply a collection of your subscribers / prospects e-mail address and other details, such as their names etc.

They’re created so that you have instant access to potential customers, readers for your articles and ezines, and fans who can help you with future projects.

Creating an e-mail list is , in theory, quite simple. You just ask people for their details. But in practice that’s rarely enough. Here’s some techniques that have proven to work:

1. Use an autoresponder. You can create e-mail lists without one, including manually adding requests to a hand-built list (unbelievably, once done this way!). But why bother? Today’s autoresponders automate the entire process. They manage your contacts, manage unsubscribe requests, allow simple broadcasts, send out pre-made messages to a schedule, and much more.

You can install a script at your own site, such as “Autoresponse 3″ or you can use a third-party solution. The former means you have more control, and the second path may help with e-mail delivery since companies such as aWeber and Getresponse forge ties with the likes of Yahoo Mail to ensure your messages are received.

2. Use a bribe. If you have a form on your website asking for a prospects details, offering a gift in exchange for the information will help urge them to complete it. The gift needn’t be expensive to yourself: digital goods such as ebooks are often used. E-courses make especially good bribes since the material is provided over time, to the e-mail address, ensuring your subscriber stays with you at least in the short term and surely long enough to make an impression :)

3. Use a squeeze page. This is an e-mail request form that is in reality a front-end to the main website. In other words, you cannot access the site until you enter your details. In effect the entire site itself is the bribe.

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